Modelling shows move to 100 per cent renewable energy would save Australia money

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Modelling shows move to 100 per cent renewable energy would save Australia money

Estimated cost of moving all electricity, industry and transport onto renewables by 2050 would be $800bn, a saving of $90bn

Transitioning Australia to 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050 would cost less than continuing on the current path, according to a new report. Building the infrastructure to supply renewable energy...

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